Jaya Pillai

From Shrub to Brush: Topiary Park sculptor James Mason starts to explore the world of painting Read more

On View

After a nine year absence, the Dublin Blarney Bash returned last year, and it aims to be back once again in 2016. Read more

Dublin Life

Fitness can be overwhelming, especially if you are battling busy work days and a crowded schedule. Good news: It doesn’t have to be. Read more


Students need to learn. Faculty members need to stay in shape. And for almost a decade, Otterbein University has been combining the two to top-notch results. Read more


Defying Gravity

Photo courtesy of Land-Grant Brewing Company

The Arnold Classic isn’t central Ohio’s only demonstration of great feats of strength. All year long, local brewers are creating brews that pack a wallop, and it so happens that many of them will be on full display just a month prior to... Read more


It’s the Little Things

Photo courtesy of Suzanne D. Lucas

No time for fitness? You can still be active with these easy ways to get off your butt and get moving. Read more


She may be only 18, but Aubrey Gray knows what she wants – to teach – and she knows how to get there. Read more

Local Profiles

This holiday season, several members of the Women’s Leadership Coalition will give to the Salvation Army Christmas Angels program. Read more


On Dec. 6, from 12-4 p.m., Clintonville businesses will open their doors for the 6th annual HolidayVille, a neighborhood shopping event that will feature special deals and promotions from more than 20 local retailers. Read more

The Scene

Confessions of a Chocoholic

Photo courtesy of Curtis Wallis

Life is sweet for New Albany resident Lisa King, founder and co-owner of Brownie Points Inc. But while the Columbus-based company has earned national renown for its gourmet brownies and popcorn – including features on... Read more


Diversity in Direction

Photo courtesy of Valerie Kinloch

Author, advocate, college professor – for Valerie Kinloch, research meets real life in projects that engage students, teachers and the community. Kinloch is the associate chairwoman in the Department of Teaching and Learning and... Read more

Local Profiles

Flashing lights. Wailing sirens. Panic. Emergencies are scary, but the Washington Township Fire Department employs a Special Needs Registry to make sure no one gets lost in the shuffle. Read more

Dublin Life

The Grinch will steal Christmas in Columbus this year as the classic holiday bedtime story comes to life. Read more

The Scene

The Otterbein University Department of Theatre and Dance explores the power of celebrity and pop culture in its annual dance concert, Dance 2015: Famously Yours … Forever. Read more

The Scene

Find something unique for everyone on your list at these craft fairs right here in Columbus. Read more

The Scene

Students in Orchesis, Ohio Wesleyan University’s student dance company, will explore interconnectedness through dance in eight original, contemporary pieces as part of their annual concert, Orchesis 15/16. Read more

The Scene

On Nov. 6 at 8 p.m., L.A.-based artists Kneebody and Daedelus combine to form Kneedelus, an experimental sextet blending jazz and electronica. Read more

The Scene

Shoppers can get a head start on their search for holiday gifts at the annual TWIG Bazaar, held 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Nov. 8 at the Ohio Expo Center’s Lausche Building. Read more

The Scene

Christmas Candlelight Walking Tour

Photo courtesy of Gary Chisholm

Granville transforms into a vision of an old-fashioned Christmas for the 30th annual Christmas Candlelight Walking Tour. Visitors can enjoy musical performances, vendors, crafts, lights, exhibits and sweet treats, or tour the village in... Read more

Arts + Entertainment

Annual all-day event helps foster acceptance among high schoolers Read more